Talk to any fisherman that has an interest in saltwater fly fishing and they will tell you that Andros Island is home to some of the largest bonefish in the world. A glance at a map of Andros reveals more bonefish habitat than any other island of the Bahamas and, in fact, the entire world. Years ago, when bonefish lodges were first being established on Andros, the thinking was that anglers came to fish and did not care what they ate, where they slept, or whether the shower water was hot and abundant. Locations for lodges were chosen without thought to the ease of access to the fishery but chosen instead because they were in the home settlements of the founders on the eastern shores of Andros and often on land they already owned.